Judging by the Book: Christian Codices and Late Antique Legal Culture



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PENN_RELS_735: BOOK REVIEW _HUMFRESS ESSAY_SUMMARY/REVIEW_LJB022708:DRAFT_2
Judging by the Book: Christian Codices and Late Antique Legal Culture”, in W. Klingshirn & L. Safran (eds.), The Early Christian Book, CUA Studies in Early Christianity (Washington, D.C., Catholic University of America Press, 2007), pp. 141-158.

AUTHOR Dr Caroline Humfress

POST Lecturer, School (Department) of History, Classics and Archaeology, Birbeck College,

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

RESEARCH Broadly, late Roman and early Medieval history

Particular focus: 284-600 CE

Specific interests:

Relationship between political, legal and religious transformations in Late Antiquity;

How such transformations are linked to broader contexts of social, economic and cultural change

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